Episode 21: Russia’s War in Ukraine: Implications for International Security

This episode explores how Russia’s war on Ukraine is affecting security far beyond central Europe.

Members of RUSI’s International Security Studies team examine the ways in which international relations are being reshaped by the conflict and consider what such developments will mean in key security regions around the world.

Veerle Nouwens, Senior Research Fellow and lead of the Indo-Pacific programme, Dr Tobias Borck, Research Fellow for Middle East Security Studies, and Edward Arnold, Research Fellow for European Security Studies, discuss with Dr Neil Melvin, Director International Security Studies, the impact of Russia’s decision to launch a full-scale invasion of Ukraine on Europe, the Middle East and North Africa, China and the Indo-Pacific.


Veerle Nouwens

External Author | Former RUSI Senior Research Fellow, Asia-Pacific

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Dr Tobias Borck

Senior Associate Fellow

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Ed Arnold

Senior Research Fellow, European Security

International Security

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Dr Neil Melvin

Director, International Security

International Security

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